This week a meeting was held to discuss the independence of the Orkney Isles, a group of Islands off the north-east coast of Scotland. No one turned up at this meeting. Literally no one. I got this from their Facebook page.
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National Migrants Party (S NMP), plans to allow asylum seekers to vote.
Refugees and asylum seekers in Scotland will be able to vote under new plans being put forward at Holyrood. Yesterday, in what would be a UK-first, the Scottish Government confirmed proposals to extend the voting franchise to all resident EU and non-EU adults, and said this would include those seeking asylum.
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The population of the Orkney Islands is only 20,000. They and the nearby Shetland Islands (another circa. 20,000) have a significant proportion of the oil & gas reserves in UK territorial waters.
The entire Alt Right could move to these islands, claim political asylum, gain the right to vote, then secede from Scotland and the UK, creating an ethno-state.
- The Orkney Islands have about 200 square miles of land.
- They have oil and gas
- Surrounded by rough seas, good for defensive purposes
- Virtually no ethnic diversity
- Got that “Nordic” box ticked, Orkney belonged to Norway till the 15th century
European ethnic self-defence activists could legitimately claim political asylum since we face persecution in almost all countries. Even if the asylum claim was ultimately rejected, it would take years to process. During those years, as I understand under the SNP’s plans, we would still have the right to vote and could use it to secede.
Even if the project somehow failed, it would serve two useful propaganda purposes by:
- Highlighting the fact that ethnic Europeans who do not want to live as ethnic minorities face political persecution, including a denial of their right to even publicly articulate their point of view
- Demonstrate the absurdity of a system that allows random foreigners to turn up and shape a nation’s future by participating in its elections
Part of the beauty of this plan is that the Scottish National Party, currently in government in Scotland, is itself a secessionist movement, so it could not deny the moral legitimacy of the desire to secede.
The Orkney Islands could play the same role that the Asturias did in Spain when it was overrun by Muslims (with a lot of help from the Jews): acting as a last redoubt from which the Reconquest would ultimately emerge when circumstances had changed.